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'Kunstkamera pertopolitana'

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Stasevich, I.V
Sotsial`nyi Status Zhenshchiny u Kazakhov
Traditsii i Sovremennost`
[ Social status of women among the Kazakhs : Traditions and modernity]

St. Petersburg:  Nauka, 2011
201 pImages
Serie: Kunstkamera pertopolitana
Hardcover. 14 x 21 cm. Printing 200
ISBN: 9785020382602
Language: Russian
This monograph studies the social status of women among the Kazakhs from a historical perspective. The author analyzes the change in the context of the transformation of the nation from a nomadic style of life to the settled one, as well as of other cultural, economic and social changes. In addition to archival sources, the author used the results of his own field studies. (0.295 kg.)
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